Category: Braids tips

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When getting your hair braided always be vocal about tightness. Your comfort and hair health should always be a priority.
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Braids need to be taken out at the right time. Typically, we recommend redoing the hairline every four to six weeks.
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Help your hair battle the summer heat by wearing corn rows or mircobraids. These styles are easy to rinse, keeping the scalp fresh without drying it out.
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When choosing your braid style, consider your lifestyle. For example if youÕre very active, avoid wearing long or heavy braids; instead opt for some cute cornrows.
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Before getting your hair braided, make sure it is detangled and clean. If your hair is healthier before, the better the chance it will be healthier when you take your braids out.
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When it comes to box braids, donÕt go any smaller than 2 inches! ItÕs better to have thick loose braids for styling and overall appearance.
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When sealing your braids, try dipping them in boiling water. This will help keep the texture of the hair soft and smooth.
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When installing your crochet braids, make sure you detangle the hair before installing and upon completion
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To keep your braids looking fresh, wash them once a week to remove dirt and avoid product build-up.
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When installing crochet braids make sure to purchase the right tools. We recommend using a latch hook crochet needle to avoid damaging your hair.
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Before you put your hair into micro braids, ensure your hair is clean and moisturized for best results.
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It's important to braid with minimal tensionat the roots to ensure that your braids donÕt pull and damage the hair.
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How much hair to put into your hairline depends on the amount of hair you have. For example, if you have a half inch of hair then you should use a half inch or less of the extention hair.
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Its important not to reuse the same kind of braids over and over again, because reptitiveness can cause traction alopecia.
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